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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

NWA Capt. Allen L. Teasley


~ IN MEMORY ~
NWA Capt. Allen L. Teasley
July 11, 1933 ~  December 22, 2019

News has reached us with the passing of RNPA member retired Northwest pilot Captain Allen Lemay Teasley, age 86.  Captain Teasley joined Northwest Airlines 02-12-1958.  Widowed in February 2014 with the passing of his wife Jean, Captain Teasley is survived by his children and grandchildren.
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Perhaps the best contact for the family would be c/o son Brian listed in whitepages at
1630 Royal Palm Dr S Apt A , Saint Petersburg, FL 33707…..(727) 381-7914
If more is learned we will be sure to pass along any new information.
Thank you,
~ Carol for the PCN 

Obituary……………… Teasley, Allen
Teasley, Allen, died peacefully in St. Petersburg, Florida on Sunday, December 22nd at the age of 86. One of 11 children, he grew up on a farm in Apison, TN. When he was nineteen, at the local airport he encountered a gleaming silver Douglas DC-3 airplane piloted by a white-scarfed aviator. He knew instantly what he wanted to do with his life. His first flight was a military transport to join the U.S. Marines. He was part of the "Checkerboard" squadron and met Imogene (Jean) Pederson on a blind date at Naval Air Station Pensacola. After marriage she convinced him to move to the frozen land of Minnesota where he joined Northwest Airlines (NWA). He started on the DC-4 and finished 33 years later on the 747. He was a Viking season ticket holder at Metropolitan stadium and an avid golfer, winning the local senior club championship at age 75. He was preceded in death by his wife Jean and is survived by his daughter Tonia, son Brian, and grandsons Justin and Morgan. Service at Zion Lutheran Church, Odin, MN on Saturday, January 11 at 1:00 PM. Interment at Zion Cemetery.
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~ IN MEMORY ~
Imogene F. ‘Jean’ Teasley, wife of NWA Capt. Allen ‘Al’ Teasley
April 21, 1932 ~ February 8, 2014

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